Project Details

The Schaumburg Regional Airport was originally named Roselle Field and was built in 1959. The Village of Schaumburg purchased the airport in the late 90s, saving one of the few remaining general aviation airports in the Chicagoland area. In 2022, BEAR was selected by the Village to renovate the lower-level terminal restrooms. The project included: Demolition of existing floor, ceiling, and wall tile; reconfiguration of the entrances; new water/waste for new toilet and urinal locations; installation of new ceramic flooring and wall tile; and installation of new plumbing fixtures, lighting and ceiling.